Gregory V. (Greg) Wilson,
a Canadian data scientist and professional educator, from 2007 until 2010 assistant professor in Computer Science at the University of Toronto. He completed a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and engineering at Queen’s University in 1984, a M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence and a Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of Edinburgh in 1986 and 1992 respeczively. While completing his Ph.D. part-time, Greg Wilson developed the parallel search of the massive parallel Transputer program Moby, which was based on Cyrus 68K by Mark Taylor and David Levy, and played the WCCC 1989 running on a Meiko Computing Surface .
- Greg Wilson (1986). An Implementation of a Connection Method Theorem Prover for S5 Modal Logic. M.Sc. thesis, University of Edinburgh
- Arthur Trew, Greg Wilson (eds.) (1991). Past, Present, Parallel: A Survey of Available Parallel Computing Systems. Springer
- Greg Wilson (1993). Structuring and Supporting Programs on Parallel Computers. Ph.D. thesis, University of Edinburgh
- Greg Wilson (1995). Practical Parallel Programming. MIT Press
- Greg Wilson, Paul Lu (eds.) (1996). Parallel Programming Using C++. MIT Press
- Greg Wilson (2003). XML-Based Programming Systems. Doctor Dobb’s Journal, March 2003.
- Michelle Levesque, Greg Wilson (2004). Open Source, Cold Shoulder. Software Development
- Andy Oram, Greg Wilson (eds.) (2008). Beautiful code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think. O'Reilly
- Greg Wilson's ICGA Tournaments
- Greg Wilson - Data Scientist and Professional Educator | LinkedIn
- gvwilson (Greg Wilson) · GitHub
- The Third Bit